There are people who pay for the freedom I am enjoying today as am Igbo or a Biafran with their life. In honor, I must observe May 31st
We the Indigenous People of Biafra will observe sit-at-home on the last day of May in honour of fallen heroes.
Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) led by great protagonist Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, wish to announce that this year’s Biafra Remembrance Day sit-at-home will now hold on Monday, May 31, and not Sunday, May 30 as it use to be. Changing it is because, it falls on Sunday as you know, many of our people observe Sundays as a day of worship.
There will be a partial observation of the Biafra Day on May 30th. But there will be a total lockdown and sit-at-home on Monday 31st of May.
We, therefore, expect Biafrans all over the world to stay indoors on May 31 for the respect and honour of our fallen heroes and heroines who paid the supreme price for us to live. It is our right to remember them for defending the genocidal attacks given to our people between 1967 and 1970 by Fulani Jihadists supported by the British government, which continues till date because of oil God use to bless our land
Though I am a Christian by birth, but I still have question about the Christianity the British brought to us and taught us that Jesus said if someone slap you on the right cheek, turn to left cheek, while they keep killing Biafrans over the blessing God has given us. The Jesus of British have questions to answer?
Biafra or nothing – Give us referendum